Digital Clamp Meter - 30mm Jaw Opening - AC/DC 400 Amp

$130.00



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Description

Top of the range 400A AC/DC clamp meter

Easy one-hand operation make this meter perfect for the working installer or tradesman. This is a quality, intermediate-level clamp meter with more than useful current ranges up to 400 amps AC and DC.

Features:
- Autoranging
- Relative mode
- Diode test
- Audible continuity
- Data hold
- Min/max mode
- Auto power-off
- Jaw opening 30mm
- Temperature probe
- Carrying case

Specifications:
- Display: 4000 count
- Category: Cat III 600V
- Basic accuracy: 1.00%
- Range V/DC:400mV - 600V
- Range V/AC: 4 - 600V
- Range A/AC: 40 - 400A
- Range A/DC: 40 - 400A
- Range resistance: 400R - 40M
- Range temperature: -20 - 760°C
- Range capacitance: 40nF - 100μF
- Range frequency: 10Hz - 10kHz
- Ave/RMS: Ave
- Dimensions (mm): 200(H) x 66(W) x 37(D)

Customer Feedback: "I love my clamp meter. Firstly it is not a fluke! and it's not a primary instrument but a wonderful compliment to an accurate multimeter. I have tried 2 units and both read well for a dc clamp meter. It can never be as accurate as a precision shunt however 100mA either way or a point is fantastic accuracy for the price. The DC zero is fast and reliable and the deep but small Jaws get easily around wires in junction boxes. As well as zero there is a hold function but I have never used one on any meter. Personally I find it sensitive enough to detect the twisting of the active conductor or check where AC should appear in fittings and leads. So I defiantly give this one full marks: it's cheap, uses AAA batteries, has a frequency meter, wrist strap and a soft carry case to go. Craig."

Weight: 0.43 Kilograms
Warranty: 3 mths
Code: MET-013
Price: $130.00

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